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Reflecions: The Wednesday Blog Hop

Happy Wordless Or Not So Wordless Wednesday. Welcome back another fun photo sharing blog hop.

One morning in the school holiday, me my youngest son and daughter got up really early to catch the train to Skegness. 

It was so early when we arrived, the sun had not even come out.

It was lovely walking around before it got too busy!

Sharing some fun reflections from out morning.

Lovely and peaceful around here. I love being early at the sea side when you get it all to yourself.

How cool is this lighthouse cafe?

Have you ever been to Skegness before?

Do you like to get out and about on the train so not having to worry about getting stuck in traffic?

What do you think of these reflections?

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Reflections: The Wednesday Blog Hop.

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18 thoughts on “Reflecions: The Wednesday Blog Hop

  1. It's always neat to see how a colour photo will look in black and white. Yours turned out really nice! Thanks for hosting. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Nice photos and I like the comparisons between colour and the b/w ones Have a reflectivetastic week Claire ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. The black and white changes the whole mood of the photos. I particularly like the contrast of the tree and its reflection.

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